Kudan Institute of Japanese Language & Culture

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(1) Multinational (students from around 45 countries are enrolled), (2) Home-stay programs available, (3) Conversational courses available (the new Manga Course is also popular), (4) Short-term classes from two weeks available (the minimum academic visa is six months), (5) Regular opportunities to interact with Japanese people

Address
Teito Misakicho Building 1F, Misakicho 2-7-10, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0061, Japan
Nearest station
JR Suidobashi station
Website
http://www.kudan-japanese-school.com/index.php
Phone
03-3239-7923
Fax
03-3239-7920
Admission requirements
As a rule, university graduates or university students who plan to graduate soon (please contact us if you are a junior college, vocational school, or high school graduate)
Selection method
Personality assessment (interview, email), document examination
Main home countries of registered international students
All countries of Europe, Russia, Australia, United States of America, Canada, Taiwan, India, Nepal, Vietnam, and more

Program Information

Conversational Course, 1 Year

■ Classroom hours: 880 ■ Classroom weeks: 48 ■ Enrollment month: January, April, July, October

¥:JPY

  First year Second year Total
Application fee 35,000 0 35,000
Registration fee 60,000 0 60,000
Tuition 720,000 720,000 1,440,000
Others 90,000 90,000 180,000
Total 905,000 810,000 1,715,000

Academic/Comprehensive Japanese Course, 1 Year

■ Classroom hours: 800 ■ Classroom weeks: 40 ■ Enrollment month: January, April, July, October

¥:JPY

  First year Second year Total
Application fee 35,000 0 35,000
Registration fee 60,000 0 60,000
Tuition 600,000 600,000 1,200,000
Others 90,000 90,000 180,000
Total 785,000 690,000 1,475,000

Japanese-Language Proficiency Test Results

  N1 N2 N3 N4
Number of examinees 2 11 3 1
Number of successful examinees 1 8 3 0
Japanese language education features

Courses have been designed by our passionate and experienced educators so that students are sure to learn Japanese.

Students learn Japanese as it is actually used, and will be able to understand the social environment and cultural background that the Japanese language formed in.

Students are educated to go on to university or vocational school, and to function in Japan and in their own countries as productive members of society who are well-versed and friendly toward Japan.

Major academic results
Vocational schools (animation, 3DCG, graphic design, super computers, voice acting/announcer
movie production, hotel management, interpreter guide, confectionery, tourism, figure molding)
Universities (economic, IT); Graduate schools (economic, production technologies, politics/economics)
Enrollment period
January, April, July, October
Results announcement period
Around one to one month and a half prior to classes starting
Class type (afternoon/evening)
No

Conversational Course: 9:10 to 12:40, Academic/Comprehensive Japanese Course: 13:30 to 17:00

Scholarship availability
No
Employment support
Yes

Information available

Student housing
No

School-provided dormitories not available (we can introduce students to private dorms)

Student housing costs
Varies by type of room
Course capacity
0
Halal meal availability
Yes

We can introduce students to vegetarian home-stay opportunities. Information on appropriate businesses available.

Place of worship availability
No
Part time work support
Work at hotels, restaurants, cafes, moving companies, cleaners, and English schools